Stephen F. Austin State University - Arthur Temple College of Forestry & Agriculture - Graduate
Established in 1946, the Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture is one of the most respected colleges of forestry and agriculture in the country. Its mission is to maintain excellence in teaching, research and outreach; enhance the health and vitality of the environment through sustainable management, conservation and protection of our forests and natural resources; and enhance the production and economic viability of agricultural commodities. Outdoor labs combined with state-of-the-art classroom facilities help ensure students are ready to enter the world of work. Each summer, senior forestry students attend Forestry Field Station at the Piney Woods Conservation Center on Lake Sam Rayburn. Here, students spend several days putting their education to hands-on use. The stellar facilities at the Walter C. Todd Agricultural Research Center include the Beef Center, Broiler Research Center, Equine Center, Poultry Research Center, Sheep and Goat Center, and Swine Center. With almost a 100-percent employment rate, graduates from this college are highly sought after by industry leaders.
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